The chapter is focused on transatlantic relations over the years between the conclusion of the Limited Test Ban Treaty and the Non-proliferation Treaty. This time period was critical for NATO countries, as it was marked by the US and, to some extent British, efforts to convince the rest of the allied government, and West Germans in particular, to shift their concept of European security from one centered on military build-up to one based on arms control. -
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